What Growth Can Mean for Your A/R Process in 2013


Bob F.

In the business world, January is often a time to reflect and build on the successes of the previous year; make changes to portions of your strategy that didn’t work out as planned; and prepare for what you ultimately expect to be a better year than the last one. Spending some time fleshing out a full strategic contingency plan that encompasses all aspects of what that growth can mean to your company as a whole is a wise investment of time.

What’s the State of Your A/R Union?


Lisa J.

When thinking about the answers to the above questions, one must consider today’s business challenges. Issues such as slow economic growth in many industries; constantly changing and evolving regulations; significant changes in extension of credit policies; little-to-no sales growth in some industries; and the rising cost of doing business are some of the most significant.